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Your Team - Your Pride - Our Industry
One Team at a Time
Loss Prevention Team - USA and Canada
creating a world of health, wellness, and performance solutions inspiring
everyone, everywhere, everyday to LIVE WELL"
Left to Right first row: Laura Chabrier (LP
Corp Director), Tony Kuniak (VP of Loss Prevention), John Pourgoutzidis
(RLPM), Bob Bussie (RLPM), Kevin Griggs (RLPM), Preston Foster (LP
Director), Cherie Hibbert (RLPM), Michael Anderson (RLPM), Scott Camerata
(RLPM), Rick Yurko (Senior Director of LP), John Rainey (RLPM)
Left to Right Second row:
Scott Crawford (RLPM), Greg Lechman (RLPM), Ron Perry (RLPM), Kim Tassitano
(RLPM), Marty Gamache (RLPM), Jeff Graham (SRLPM), Andy Tufano (RLPM),
Shannen Stenerson (RLPM), Alberto Pagan (RLPM)
VP of Loss Prevention, Robert Moraca, Speaks On Latest Trends & NRF Protect
Loss prevention is a serious issue for everyone involved in the retail industry.
In this introductory podcast, American Alarm speaks with Robert Moraca, vice
president for loss prevention at the National Retail Federation. Robert
discusses tools and techniques proven to reduce retail losses, ORC, the Internal
threat, Retail as soft targets for terrorism, as well as the annual NRF Protect
convention, where the latest information and expertise in loss prevention is
made available to all attendees.
Retailers Rethink Inventory Strategies
Home Depot tells its stores, 'Get comfortable with days of inventory, not weeks'
Home Depot Inc. is bringing a new philosophy to its cavernous stores: Less is
more. Instead of filling its warehouse-style racks to the ceiling with Makita
drills, rolls of Owens Corning insulation and cans of Rust-Oleum paint, Home
Depot wants fewer items on its shelves and it wants them to be within customers'
"Get comfortable with days of inventory, not weeks," Tom Shortt, Home
Depot's senior vice president of supply chain, says is the message going out to
stores. The retailer is targeting sales growth of nearly 15% by 2018, but wants
to keep inventory levels flat or slightly down.
It is a shift happening across the retail sector as companies try to figure out
ways to profitably serve the growing needs of online shoppers while making their
network of stores less of a financial burden. Chains must predict whether demand
will come from the internet or a store visit, and whether they'll ship online
orders from a distribution center or a store. Every move of inventory is an
added cost that eats away at already thin margins.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Target Corp. are cutting back on the number of packs
of diapers, boxes of cereal, and bottles of laundry detergent in their
backrooms, and moving the product to shelves faster. Wal-Mart has also
widened aisles to further reduce the amount of goods on its shelves, while
Target has moved bulky items such as patio furniture into centralized
distribution locations instead of keeping them in stores. Kohl's Corp. is
aiming to lower inventory by 10% by the end of next year, after seeing it
swell 15% over the past five years as the department-store chain tried to become
a bigger online player.
Smaller chains protest stricter food stamp regulations
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is promoting stricter rules for retailers
accepting benefits from the country's $74 billion Supplemental Nutrition
Assistance Program, or SNAP, the Wall Street Journal reports. In one of the
biggest changes in the program's 52 years, the agency is pushing to require a
broader nutritional offering from retailers that includes more proteins and
vegetables and fewer hot meals. Wal-Mart Stores' wide-ranging grocery
offerings likely already comply, but such rules could hit smaller retailers like
convenient stores. Retailers that together have some 195,000 such smaller
stores would be required to supplement their inventory with 168 items that are
generally less profitable and more prone to issues like spoilage, according to
Risk Mitigation Should Be
Part of a Healthy Supply Chain
Supply chain risk
comes from a myriad sources and can be very hard, if not impossible, to predict.
Risks run the gamut - from weather extremes, power outages, theft, counterfeiting,
product spoilage, global crises, cargo lost at sea, truck or rail accidents,
etc. The impacts can be costly - there's an estimated $50 billion annual financial
impact on cargo losses alone.
Judge Denies $1.75M Deal In Coach Inc. Security Check Suit
A California federal judge has rejected a proposed $1.75 million settlement in a
putative class action accusing Coach Inc. of not compensating sales
associates for the time they spent getting their bags checked before breaks and
after shifts, according to a filing made public Monday.
In a June 22 minute entry, U.S. District Judge James Donato said he was
concerned about the fairness and reasonableness of the proposed deal because it
doesn't sufficiently state the full potential recovery value available to the
putative class, the actual recovery that would be awarded and the reason for the
disparity between those amounts.
The luxury retailer and its employees recently told the court that they had
resolved the suit over the time spent on security checks in a compromise that
both parties agreed was fair and reasonable. However, the proposed deal largely
underwhelmed the class's original request of $7.25 million.
Microsoft Corporation's Senior Director of Global Security Joins Advisory Board
for Cannabis Investment Firm
Viridian Capital Advisors, a financial and strategic advisory firm dedicated to
the legal cannabis marketplace, is pleased to announce that Mr. Brian Tuskan has
joined our advisory board. With over 15 years of corporate security experience
as Senior Director of Global Security at the Microsoft Corporation, Mr. Tuskan
is a recognized global leader in enterprise security. He has led the Microsoft
global enterprise security teams across a number of critical areas, including:
physical security operations, technology, intelligence, solution & tools, cloud
technology, safety and compliance, communications, retail security, event
security and business development.
Scott Greiper, President and Founder of Viridian, commented, "Brian Tuskan is a
renowned figure in the world of enterprise security and an expert in the
integration of safety/security/compliance technologies within a secure cloud
environment. Cannabis businesses are facing an ever evolving set of requirements
that fall under safety, security and compliance. With the recent
announcement that Microsoft will be teaming with a software provider in the
cannabis industry to offer cloud based (Microsoft Azure) compliance solutions to
governments, we thought it was time to bring Brian aboard the Viridian
Free App Fights Skimming at the Pump
Skimming continues to be a top concern for fuel retailers, and NACS has the
tools gas station operators need to combat thieves looking to steal credit and
debit card information at the pump. Recently, NACS (in conjunction with Conexxus)
and The Pinnacle Corporation launched a new mobile solution, the SkimDefend app,
that works alongside tamper-evident NACS WeCare decals.
Together, the decals and app help retailers identify potential security breaches
when fuel dispensers or other unattended PIN-entry devices are opened to install
skimming mechanisms. With the SkimDefend app, store operators scan the code at
each pump location where a NACS WeCare decal is applied, or enter label numbers
manually. Decal usage could also help protect other vulnerable locations, such
as ATMs, car wash controllers, network cabinets and PCs.
Convenience store operators can download the SkimDefend app free of charge for
Android mobile devices, and the
NACS WeCare decals can be purchased at nacsonline.com.
Kentucky Dept. of Agriculture keeping an eye out for skimmers
Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles announced Monday the Kentucky Department
of Agriculture is on the lookout for evidence of skimming to protect Kentucky
consumers and businesses. According to a KDA release, the department is charged
with the task of inspecting motor fuel pumps in every retail establishment in
the Commonwealth once a year. Its inspectors test pumps to ensure that the
amount of fuel dispensed matches the amount shown on the pump, and check to make
sure pumps are in proper working order.
Report: TJX Cos. among U.S. retailers to be impacted the most by Brexit vote
The recent vote by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union will have the
biggest retail impact on companies that have high U.K. exposure, including U.S.
off-price giant TJX Cos., MarketWatch reported. Swedish fast-fashion giant
H&M is also among the retailers to be most impacted. The United Kingdom is
the company's third largest market, behind Germany and the United States.
The MarketWatch report also cites a note by analysts at Cowen & Co., who believe
that a stronger U.S. dollar, a byproduct of the vote, will further weaken the
purchasing power of foreign tourists in the United States. Particularly
vulnerable is the Saks Fifth Avenue flagship in New York City (which is owned by
Hudson's Bay), Macy's and Tiffany & Co.
Retailers dot Fortune's '100 Best Workplaces for Millennials' list
Build-A-Bear, CarMax, Etsy, Nordstrom, Nugget Market, Publix, QuikTrip, REI,
RevZilla, Sheetz, Wegmans and Whole Foods made the list.
CVS posts Logistics Loss Prevention Director position - based in La Habra, CA
The Logistics Loss Prevention Director is responsible for all aspects of loss
prevention, physical security and safety for all CVS distribution centers with a
focus on financial analytics. Manages and develops loss prevention strategies
and objectives, designed to control shrink and protect the company's assets,
oversees safety programs and ensures compliance to DEA and OSHA regulations.
Report: Dick's Sporting Goods bids on 17 Sports Authority stores
Forever 21 Shipping Firm Drops Retailer, Citing Slow Business
Denver 16th Street Mall adding private security, police to deal with 'urban travelers'
Three Long Island shopping malls named 'storm ready'
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LP Meet IT ... and HR
Data security measures to take when employees leave the company
Charles Choe, product marketing manager for Guidance Software, agreed. He said
while data loss prevention (DLP) technologies focus on data-in-motion, "they are
often turned off due to the high rate of false positives that effectively
hinder effective business operations."
So, he said, it is important for HR to notify IT when employees are leaving,
even when the separation is planned and amicable, so the activities of those
employees can be more closely monitored.
Dana Simberkoff, chief compliance and risk officer at AvePoint, said HR and IT
should be "joint partners" both in training and supervision of employees -
especially those who are transitioning out of an organization. At a minimum, she
said, organizations should enforce policies that require when employees are
leaving that, "the data they are removing is reviewed and approved before they
go, and their access to systems with customer data on them is limited and
Kroger Sues Visa Over Debit Card Signature Requirement
- Follows similar suits by Wal-Mart and Home Depot
The Kroger Co. launched a suit Monday in Ohio federal court accusing Visa Inc.
of hitting it with $7 million in fines, and threatening to raise fees and block
the grocery chain from accepting Visa debit cards altogether amid a battle over
the safety of a signature verification system for payment cards.
Echoing complaints lodged in recent suits by other merchants including
The Home Depot Inc.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
, Kroger accused Visa of pushing the grocery chain to
use chip-and-signature verification for payments, instead of the chip-and-PIN
system the retailers say is more fraud-resistant.
Kroger claims that after it rolled out 54,000 chip-enabled point-of-sale
terminals starting late last year, Visa - "in a sudden and drastic change of
direction seemingly motivated by an intention to restrain competition" - told
Kroger that the terminals didn't comply with its rules.
Malware spawns botnet in 25,000 connected CCTV cameras
Could a globally connected network of CCTVs become infected with a strain of
malware that results in a botnet swarming across as many as 25,000
malware-riddled CCTV cameras? American website security and web application
firewall (WAF) specialist Sucuri thinks that this scenario is plausible because
it has already happened. The Delaware-headquartered firm said it found the CCTV
botnet during analysis it carried out in relation to an online assault against a
'bricks & mortar' jewelry store.
Report: Microsoft Office 365 hit with massive Cerber ransomware attack
Millions of Microsoft Office 365 users were potentially exposed to a massive
zero-day Cerber ransomware attack last week that not only included a ransom
note, but an audio warning informing victims that their files were encrypted.
Steven Toole, a researcher for the cloud-security firm Avanan, blogged that his
company saw the first attack roll in at 6:44 a.m. on June 22 and that at least
57 percent of all Office 365 customers received at least one phishing attempt
that contained the infected attachment. While Avanan did not supply a specific
number of those possibly hit, Microsoft reported in its first quarter 2016
earnings report that there are 18.2 million Office 365 subscribers.
We will be
covering various sections of the
2016 National Retail Security Survey,
developed by Dr. Richard Hollinger of the Univ. of Florida, in partnership
with the National Retail Federation.
The D&D Daily's 2016 NRSS Review
Part 1: Introduction and Key Findings
2016 National Retail Security Survey was
jointly conducted by Dr. Richard Hollinger of the University of Florida and
the National Retail Federation. The study develops and analyzes retail loss
prevention benchmarks to examine inventory shrinkage, LP staffing and
budgeting, employee integrity screening, LP training programs, the impact of
dishonest employees, and the costs of external retail crime. A total of 80
retailers participated in the survey.
Key findings in the 2016
NRSS Survey include:
The impact of shrinkage on the retail industry continues to be
sizable. With an average shrink rate of 1.38%,
this cost the U.S. economy $45.2 billion in 2015.
48.1% of retailers
reported increases in overall shrink.
budgets remain flat as a percentage of sales.
retailers continue to rely on LP professionals to apprehend
the second consecutive year, shoplifting has
surpassed employee theft
as greatest cause of inventory shrink.
The average loss was $377 per shoplifting incident,
up nearly $60 from 2014.
The average loss from dishonest employee cases dropped from
$1,546.83 to $1,233.77
Many of the hiring practices retailers use to deter honest employees
Technology is increasing in use as a shoplifting deterrent,
but more advanced methods (e.g. facial recognition) are not catching
Methods of increasing LP awareness are changing. Newsletters, periodic
programs and lectures increased while training videos and
discussions during new hire orientations decreased.
When it comes to shoplifting deterrents, the more visible, the better.
The use of uniformed guards is up while the use of
plainclothes detectives is down.
Robberies are a growing expense for retailers,
costing an average of $8,170.17.
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The Loss Prevention Research Council Update
Dr. Read Hayes, Director, LPRC;
Chad McIntosh, VP of LP & Risk Mgmt. &
Tom Meehan, Mgr. Data, Systems & Central Investigations, Bloomingdale's
As LP's research-based practice and "brain
trust", the Loss Prevention Research Council studies virtually every aspect of
the industry. From strategy, technology, and analytics, to the various forms of
retail theft, fraud, and violence, the LPRC delivers actionable information that
drives results. Dr. Read Hayes,
Director, LPRC, joins us, along with Chad
McIntosh, VP of LP & Risk Management, and
Manager Data, Systems and Central Investigations, of Bloomingdale's, to discuss
where the LP industry is going, how we'll get there, and how your team can fully
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An Ecosystem for Good -
Battling the Lifecycle of Fraud
cybercriminal has an advanced skill set that is backed by burgeoning
technology and extensive resources. Some criminal outfits mirror corporate
America, complete with a well-trained technical staff, a detailed
organizational structure and employee best practices. The level of
sophistication is mind blowing, and the result is a well-coordinated and
highly intelligent ecosystem of fraud.
Unfortunately, it's almost
impossible for merchants to keep pace. Combating the latest fraud trends and
staying current on technological advances is extremely difficult, not to
mention costly. Merchants are left scrambling, fighting in an arena where
they are over matched and underfunded.
When battling ecommerce fraud,
it is important to fight fire with fire. The most effective fraud solution
can stand up to the most sophisticated criminal activity by addressing the
full lifecycle of fraud and casting a web of well-coordinated intelligence.
The solution combines advanced technology with human ingenuity and
fosters seamless communication throughout the offering. This approach helps
to establish its own ecosystem of people, processes, and technology. An
ecosystem for good. Let's take a walk through the lifecycle of fraud and
show how a comprehensive solution interacts every step of the way. Read more
Brexit's $44B Hit On
The Brexit toll could extend
well beyond the borders and currency and political issues dominating markets
at present. Add eCommerce to the mix of uncertainty and possibly,
As estimated by Scurri, which is the Irish fulfillment
platform based in the cloud, the United Kingdom could lose as much as 33.4
billion (pounds), which translates to $44 billion in lost eCommerce sales.
The Post and Parcel noted on its site Monday that last year 455 billion
(pounds) was spent by Europeans consumers online on eCommerce sites, and 157
billion (pounds) of that was from the U.K. alone.
Amazon moves ahead of Walmart as nation's largest electronics retailer
Northbrook, IL: 12
Neiman Marcus Handbags Worth More Than $35K |
Gone in 60 Seconds
It took about a minute for two men and a woman to take off with a dozen
high-end handbags worth more than $35,000 from Neiman Marcus. According to
the store's loss prevention agent, the three suspects entered the Northbrook
Court store at about 10:46 a.m. June 22 and made a beeline to the handbag
area, the report stated. Once in that section of the store, the trio swiped
12 Celine bags costing $35,900 and escaped to an awaiting vehicle.
Manheim Township, PA: 7
charged with coordinated $7,000 return fraud
at TJ Maxx and Marshalls
Manheim Township Police have charged seven individuals with working
together to steal nearly $7,000 in merchandise from two Lancaster retailers
and then returning the merchandise for fraudulent refunds. The thefts were
reported between March 2 and May 7 at the Marshalls on Lititz Pike and TJ
Maxx on Plaza Boulevard in the city. A police investigation has led to
charges against 7 individuals.
West Chester, PA: Toys R
Us scam nets Calif. man prison time
Joseph Julian Jr. is, as the song says, goin' back to Cali. California, that
is. Julian will be transferred back to his home state via a prison bus
transportation service to begin serving the 1 1/2 to three year term he
earned with a guilty plea to theft, retail theft, and conspiracy charges,
and to continue serving a three years term for similar crimes in the Golden
State. That was part of the arrangement that the prosecution negotiated with
Julian's attorney in return for his acceptance of responsibility for a
sophisticated and complicated scam at several area Toys R Us stores that
netted Julian and three women more than $10,000 in cash and $2,700 in
North Lebanon Township, PA: $20,000 of
Poster Board stolen from the dock at Sunset Outlet
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Munster, IN: Woman shot
while exiting Jewel-Osco
A northwest Indiana
woman was wounded when she got caught in the crossfire of a shootout Sunday
night in a Jewel-Osco grocery store parking lot in Munster, Ind. The woman,
who is in her 20s, was an innocent victim, police said. She is expected to
be OK. No arrests have been made. Police said they believe the shooting was
gang related and don't believe the suspects live in Munster. The grocery
store, located in the 700-block of Ridge Road, is across the street from
Saint Thomas More Catholic Church, which held its annual carnival Sunday
night. Two groups who left carnival at about 10 p.m. got into a fight, which
escalated into gunfire, police said. "I don't know if these two groups
didn't like each other or if something was said," said Munster police Lt.
Strbjak said the woman who was shot was leaving the
grocery store when she was shot. She had went back into the store's lobby
vestibule when she heard the gunfire, but it wasn't enough. She was struck
by a bullet that tore through the grocery store's window. "She was hit -
apparently grazed in the back of the head," Strbjak said.
Memphis, TN: Shots fired
outside Walmart store during armored car heist
A suspect is still on the run after robbing an armored truck this afternoon
in front of a Walmart Neighborhood Market. The incident happened around 1
p.m. Monday at the Walmart located in the 6000 block of East Shelby Drive.
Moments after it happened, the area was swarming with police and FBI agents.
They told WREG's Shay Arthur it was around the lunch hour when a man robbed
the armored truck parking in front of the store at gunpoint.
Nelson said he watched a gunfight in the parking lot. "I see a guy put a gun
to the armored car driver's head, snatch a money bag from him. Takes off
running in the opposite direction. Armored guard shoots at him, he's
shooting back." Nelson said the suspect may have been shot in the leg. The
guard thankfully was not injured, but was shaken up. The suspect took off in
a black Dodge Avenger with an "undisclosed amount of cash" and is still at
large at this time.
Man dies after shooting outside Las
Vegas liquor store
Robberies and Thefts
Jacksonville, FL: Crimes
at Big Box Stores last year cost Taxpayers $75K,
most calls to Walmart
Police officers in Jacksonville spent 3,533 hours -- the equivalent of
147 days - responding to petty crimes at Walmart stores in Jacksonville last
year, I-TEAM research found. Officers spent another 667 hours working
shoplifting and other minor calls at Target stores in the city. An analysis
of data from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office found 5,298 police calls to
the 15 Walmart stores in Jacksonville in 2015 - five times the number of
calls to the eight Target stores in the city. The Walmart on Normandy
Boulevard had the most calls: 864. Shoplifting made up half of those calls,
followed by thefts, then disputes. The Walmart store at 103rd Street came in
second and had 668 police calls for service last year.
Wrentham, MA: Police
search for man accused of attacking Loss Prevention Agent at Saks Off Fifth
Wrentham police posted a photo of the
man on their Facebook page and said the man allegedly robbed a Saks Fifth
Avenue store and then physically assaulted an employee Monday afternoon.
Police said the man punched the officer in the throat and then took off in a
light-colored car. "His throat was red, voice was hoarse, so it was a
significant strike," Deputy Chief William McGrath said.
Detroit, MI: Police have two men in custody in
connection with String of Dollar Store Armed Robberies
Detroit Police have two men in custody in connection with a string of
dollar store robberies on the city's west side. Police say the men stuck at
least four times at three different stores. In every robbery investigators
say the men implied they have guns.
Hazelwood, MO: Robbery suspects used crowbars
to smash jewelry cases
Police are looking for three suspects who robbed a jewelry store at the St.
Louis Outlet Mall Monday night. The male suspects were wearing ski masks
when they walked into Prime Jewelers around 8:30 p.m. and used crowbars to
smash the jewelry cases, police said. An employee tried to stop the robbery,
but one of the robbers sprayed the employee with mace. Two others, including
a security guard, were also maced by the suspect, according to police.
Following the robbery, the suspects left in a black pick-up truck. The
dollar value of what was taken has not been determined, but the store owner
told news 4 the suspects smashed a lot of cases and got away with a lot.
Las Vegas, NV: Police
seek Armed man and woman involved in many
Cell Phone Store Robberies
For the past month, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has
been investigating a string of armed robberies at cell phone stores
throughout the Las Vegas valley. According to police, during the robberies,
the male suspect would enter the business and present a knife demanding
money from the employee, while the female suspect poses as the lookout.
Lexington, KY: Three
Lexington robberies likely connected
looking for two men after three armed robberies. Police say the robbers hit
the Speedway on Euclid Avenue first, and then the Speedway on Winchester
Road near 7th Street. Both robberies happened within minutes around five
Tuesday morning. Finally, police say the suspects held up the Waffle House
on Athens Boonesboro Road. The two men wore masks and police say they ran
through the three robberies in a few minutes.
Douglasville, GA: 3
Men Break Into Mall, Pry Open Safes in Kiosks
Investigators are hoping the public can help identify three suspects in a
Friday theft at Arbor Place Mall, according to Douglasville Police
Department. At 10 p.m. Friday, the men can be seen inspecting the entries
and exits of the mall before breaking into safes at the T-Mobile and Spring
kiosks, according to police. The men used a crow bar to pry open the safes
and remove cell phones and other items stored inside.
French police hold ten
after raids on luxury Paris stores
suspects were arrested in Paris on Monday over armed raids in recent months
on luxury stores in the French capital, a police official said. The suspects
are being held in connection with the robbery of a Chanel boutique last
month and one last December on Swiss luxury jewellery chain Chopard close to
the presidential palace. Police believe the armed raiders of the Chanel
outlet got away with "many hundreds of thousands of euros (dollars)" worth
of goods. The thieves launched a dawn raid, crashing a 4x4 into the store
and stealing several handbags. The targeted Chanel store is on the Avenue
Montaigne, just minutes away from the Champs-Elysees and close to the
presidential palace. The December attackers got away with a haul worth
around a million euros ($1.1 million) from the Chopard store.
Bloomfield, MI: Woman charged after
shoplifting at Five Below, getting into car with three kids
West Hempfield, PA: Turkey Hill C-Store
employee arrested for theft of over $9,000
Athens, GA: Stop By Food Mart employee
busted in $4,000 theft
IL: Robbers set fire to West Side convenience store
An armed robbery turning into an arson investigation early Saturday on the
city's West Side after two men lit a convenience store on fire after robbing
the clerk. One worker suffered second-degree burns to his leg. Police are
still searching for the offenders, who brought the gasoline and matches. Two
armed men with their faces covered robbed the Chicago Mini-Mart, located in
the 3900-block of West Chicago in the late morning. "I see guy back there,
he has two gallons. He put some on the floor everywhere," said owner Khaled
Hussein. "He had some matches and light and like this on the floor. There's
a big fire in the store."
GA: Arrest made in arson fires at La Jalisco Super Carniceria Market;
business hit 3 times this month
County fire investigators say they've made an arrest in a string of arson
cases that targeted a Lawrenceville grocery store three times. Authorities
arrested and charged Michael Bernard Johnson, 18, with first degree Arson,
Burglary and other charges. Police think he is partly responsible for
multiple fires set at the La Jalisco Super Carniceria market. Investigators
think it Johnson may be part of the same arson crew that possibly set fires
in the market.
Laconia, NH: Grand Jury indicts a man
on $7,700 worth of Credit Card Fraud charges
Las Cruces, NM: Woman suspected of
breaking into car, using stolen credit cards at Walmart
Maplewood, MO: Sam's Club cashier
charged with credit card theft and fraud
Camden, SC: Authorities urge caution
after skimming device found at First Citizens Bank
Richmond, KY Agriculture dept. keeping
eye out for gas pump skimmers
America's Thrift - Tuscaloosa, AL - Burglary
AutoZone - San Diego, CA - Armed Robbery
Big Daddy - Seneca, MO - Armed Robbery
Blue Grass Station - Frankfort, KY - Burglary
Casey's General Store - Willmar, MN - Robbery
Chevron - Phoenix, AZ - Armed Robbery
Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch Thrift - Grand Forks,
ND - Burglary
Dangerously Delicious Pies - Hampden, MD - Burglary
Family Dollar - Millville, NJ - Burglary
Family Dollar - Richmond County, GA - Armed Robbery
Getting Place - Carlin, NV - Burglary
Jake's Liquor - Beaumont, TX - Burglary
Liquor World - Bardstown, KY - Burglary
O'Reilly Auto Parts - Nashville, TN - Burglary
Prime Jewelers - Hazelwood, MO - Robbery
Salem Community Drug - Upper Strasburg, PA -
Speedway - Lexington, KY - Robbery
United - Enid, OK - Armed Robbery
Verizon - Clairemont, CA - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - Keizer, OR - Armed Robbery/Suspect shot
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Director of Loss Prevention
Rocky Mount, NC
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Loss Prevention Specialist
The Loss Prevention
thorough knowledge of Ascena Retail
Group, Inc. security, life safety,
and operational procedures. Performs
duties as a floor officer and acts
as a deterrent to theft and
providing life safety...
Regional Loss Prevention Director
CarMax is looking for a Regional Loss
Prevention Director (RLPD) to lead and direct all asset protection operations in
our new Denver Region. The RLPD is directly responsible for all facets of
CarMax's LP program in the region, including: Developing and driving CarMax's LP
strategy in conjunction with the rest of the LP team...
Regional Loss Prevention Director
CarMax is looking for a Regional
Loss Prevention Director (RLPD) to lead and direct all asset protection
operations in our new Baltimore Region. The RLPD is directly responsible for all
facets of CarMax's LP program in the region, including: Developing and driving
CarMax's LP strategy in conjunction with the rest of the LP team...
Sr. Mgr, Safety & Retail (Non-Industrial)|
The Sr. Manager, Safety &
Retail Environmental Health (Non-Industrial) is responsible for developing, implementing and
managing comprehensive safety programs designed to minimize the frequency and
severity of accidents, while complying with applicable regulatory
Asset Protection Specialist
The specialist, asset protection, will
oversee the protection of company assets within an assigned group of stores.
This position will execute the asset protection program designed to minimize
inventory shrink, workers compensation claims, general liability claims, cash
loss and bad checks...
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